Pizza dough

Pizza base recipe

Pizza dough, here’s how to make pizza dough, a slightly crispy dough, ready in 40 minutes. Homemade pizza dough, such a good dough that you will never have to change the recipe. Here’s how to make a homemade pizza starting with the homemade dough. Thin or thick pizza dough you choose the thickness of your dough. The recipes pizza with fish, meat and cheese everyone will find their favorite. Homemade pizza dough, you can freeze it.

Recipe ingredients

  • Pizza dough recipe for: 4 people
  • Dough :
  • 1 square of baker’s brewer’s yeast
  • 500 g flour
  • 10 cl of olive oil
  • ½ teaspoon of fine salt
  • 20 cl of Water


  1. Loosen the yeast in a bowl with 5 cl of lukewarm water (not too hot)
  2. Add 100 g of flour to obtain a thick but supple dough.
  3. Let stand for ½ hour near a heat source (radiator).
  4. Add in your salad bowl, once the dough has risen, the oil, flour, salt, water about 15 cl.
  5. Mix the dough by hand. Once your dough is ready, let it rest for another ½ hour near a heat source (radiator).
  6. Spread your dough on your work surface regularly to the desired thickness.

Preparation time: 20 minute (s)
Cooking time: 0 minute (s)
Number of people: 4
4 star rating: 1 review

Ingredients Soak the yeast Mix salt and flour Let rise The dough to triple Let stand 10 minutes Repeat the dough Let stand 30 minutes

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